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Sustainable World Radio interview Michael Judd author Edible Landscaping With A Permaculture Twist

 
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Sustainable World Radio interview Michael Judd author of Edible Landscaping With A Permaculture Twist


HAVE YOUR YARD AND EAT IT, TOO!

Have you ever wanted to turn your lawn into an edible oasis? Learn how in this interview with Michael Judd, author of the new book, Edible Landscaping With A Permaculture Twist.

Michael talks with Jill Cloutier about projects that you can do at home to increase your yard’s yield of edible treats, including unusual fruit, gourmet mushrooms, culinary herbs and even botanical booze.

Michael is the founder of Ecologia, Edible and Ecological Landscape Design http://ecologiadesign.com/ and Project Bona Fide http://projectbonafide.com/, an international nonprofit supporting agro-ecology research.
 
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